Scottish Sensory Centre
Definition: Silt is the sedimentary deposit that is formed when a river deposits the material it is carrying. Silt is very fine-grained, measuring about 4-62.5 µm in diameter.
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Scottish Sensory Centre, Moray House School of Education,
University of Edinburgh, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AQ